Literature References

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R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus, Cirrothauma
R. G. Aldred, Nixon, M., Young, J. Z.1978The blind octopus, Cirrothauma
A. D. Antipov, Kostkin, V. B., Rozengart, E. V., Epshtein, L. M.1996Comparative analysis of induction and depression levels of peroxidation lipids processes in cellular fractions of deep sea squid and mice tissues
M. R. Clarke1967A deep-sea squid, Taningia danae Joubin, 1931
M. R. Clarke, Pascoe P.1991The influence of an electric light on the capture of deep-sea cephalopods
P. N. Dilly1973The enigma of colouration and light emission in deep-sea animals
T. Kubota, Iizuka, K., Okutani, T.1982Some biological aspects of Abralia andamanica from Suruga Bay, Japan (Cephalopoda: Enoploteuthidae)
S. Matsui, Seidou, M., Horiuchi, S., Uchiyama, I., Kito, Y.1988Adaptations of a deep-sea cephalopod to the photic environment. Evidence for three visual pigments
S. Matsui, Seidou, M., Horiuchi, S., Uchiyama, I., Kito, Y.1988Adaptations of a deep-sea cephalopod to the photic environment. Evidence for three visual pigments
F. W. Munz1958Photosensitive pigments from the retinae of certain deep-sea fishes
B. H. Robison, Young R. E.1981Bioluminescence in pelagic octopods
C. F. E. Roper, Brundage W. L.1972Cirrate octopods with associated deep-sea organisms: new biological data based on deep benthic photographs (Cephalopoda)
C. F. E. Roper, Brundage W. L.1972Cirrate octopods with associated deep-sea organisms: new biological data based on deep benthic photographs (Cephalopoda)
B. A. Seibel, Chausson, F., Lallier, F. H., Zal, F., Childress, J. J.1999Vampire blood: respiratory physiology of the vampire squid (Cephalopoda: Vampyromorpha) in relation to the oxygen minimum layer
S. Takahashi, Tanabe, S., Kubodera, T.1997Butylin residues in deep sea organisms collected in Surnga Bay, Japan
R. Villanueva1992Deep-sea cephalopods of the north-western Mediterranean: indications of up-slope ontogenetic migration in two bathybenthic species
R. Villanueva, Guerra A.1991Food and prey detection in two deep-sea cephalopods: Opisthoteuthis agassizi and O. vossi (Octopoda: Cirrata)
R. Villanueva, Guerra A.1991Food and prey detection in two deep-sea cephalopods: Opisthoteuthis agassizi and O. vossi (Octopoda: Cirrata)
R. Villanueva, Guerra A.1991Food and prey detection in two deep-sea cephalopods: Opisthoteuthis agassizi and O. vossi (Octopoda: Cirrata)
G. L. Voss1967The biology and bathymetric distribution of deep-sea cephalopods
G. L. Voss1966The R/V Pillsbury deep-sea biological expedition to the Gulf of Guinea, 1964-65 I. Narrative of the cruises
G. L. Voss1966The R/V Pillsbury deep-sea biological expedition to the Gulf of Guinea, 1964-65 II. Biological collecting gear and it's use aboard R/V Pillsbury
G. L. Voss1988Evolution and phylogenetic relationships of deep-sea octopods (Cirrata and Incirrata)
A. N. Vovk, Nesis, K. N., Panfilov, B. G.1978Distribution of deep sea cephalopods in the south Atlantic and adjacent waters (mainly analyses of sperm whales feeding)
A. N. Vovk, Nesis, K. N., Panfilov, B. G.1975Distribution of the deep sea cephalopods in the South Atlantic and adjacent waters (mainly analyses of sperm whale feeding)
E. J. Warrant, Locket N. A.2004Vision in the deep sea
K. Yano, Tanaka S.1984Some biological aspects of the deep sea squaloid shark Centroscymus from Suruga Bay, Japan
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